Friday, August 22, 2014

The Good Batch @ Damansara Uptown

It's good to be here again, at The Good Batch, despite of the long queues under the hot weather. On a fine Saturday, we arrived around 2pm and waited for more than half an hour just to secure ourselves a table for four. 

In case you haven't been here, you must be wondering why is this place so popular! The Good Batch 
always take pride of their Organic Eggs and serve them in various dishes, be it omelette or benedict. 

Love the cozy ambiance, and it's not stuffy at all despite of the massive crowd!

Freshly Squeezed Watermelon Juice @ RM11.00
No sugar added. Pure juice. A good detoxifying beverage!

Norwegian @ RM20.90

The rich and creamy Smoked Salmon Eggs Benedict is a brunch classic for good reason. The salmon, capsicum and onion confit is topped with a pair of perfectly poached eggs, along with a generous drizzle of homemade lemon infused Hollandaise that keeps you going for more! 

A crowd's favourite and a must-order item in The Good Batch! 

French "O" @ RM19.90

If you're seeking for meatless dishes, the French O platter makes a great choice by combining fluffy omelette with ripened cherry tomatoes and a lightly toasted bread. Looks simple yet very satisfying! 

Cheese lovers would enjoy the layer of Cheddar melted on the omelette,
and have a good munch on the parmesan and diced capsicums in the gooey eggs. 

New Yorker @ RM23.90

The Good Batch's version of chicken hotdog comes with an interesting twist. Topped with corned beef and drizzled under a mix of the homemade sauces, the hotdog reveals a great combination of texture and taste. Served with a side of tortilla chips with fresh tomato salsa. 


The King @ RM11.90

When it comes to dessert, I learn that the seasonal homemade cakes here are not made in-house. Crafted with love by Frost & Flourish, the flavours are prettily layered into a rich, creamy treat. The thick, moist banana cake comes with a chocolate banana centre, and well-coated all over with a decadent peanut butter frosting.

VCR cafe is serving the same cake too, at the same price. Feel free to hop over if you're craving for
the real taste of banana cakes and peanut butter. You'd be surprised with the great mix of flavours!

The Good Batch is open until late night, so it definitely makes a perfect dine-and-wine venue.
Can't wait to revisit and try out their Japanese main courses (Available after 6pm) and cocktails!

The Good Batch
53, Jalan SS21/1A,
Damansara Uptown,
47400 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor.
Contact: 603-7733 2303
Website: thegoodbatchkl.tumblr.com
Facebook: fb.com/thegoodbatchkl
Instagram: @TheGoodBatchKL
Twitter: @TheGoodBatchKL
Business Hours:
Tuesday - Thursday: 11am - 12am
Friday: 11am - 1am
Saturday: 10am - 1am
Sunday & Public Holiday: 10am - 11pm
Closed on Mondays

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